Presentation on theme: "How To Cite A Site Common Sense Unit 2 Lesson 4 (Cross-Curricular Categories) Information Literacy *Fifth Grade Only*"— Presentation transcript:
How To Cite A Site Common Sense Unit 2 Lesson 4 (Cross-Curricular Categories) Information Literacy *Fifth Grade Only*
Learning Objectives Students will be able to.. explain the value of giving proper citations. name the components of an MLA style citation for different types of websites. create MLA style citations for online articles and professional sites.
Introduction HAVE students name some books, magazines, newspapers, and websites they have used for research papers and projects. Remind them that these are called their sources of information.
Vocabulary source: a reference work or firsthand document
Introduction Why would someone reading your paper want to know what sources you used?
Introduction How do people reading your report figure out what sources you used?
Vocabulary citation: key information about a source used for a report or other research project, including its author, title, publisher, and date of publication
Vocabulary bibliography: a list of the sources used for a report or other research project, including books, article, videos, and websites
Citing Online Sources Why do you think it is important to include the date you visited the site?
Vocabulary update: to revise a website to include the most recent information
Citing Online Sources Why do you think the professional site does not list an authors name?
How to Cite a Site
Online news article: na-rainer-debris jan31
Wrap-Up Why include a bibliography in a report or research project?
Wrap-Up Why is it better to record your citations as you do research, rather than waiting until the report is finished?
Wrap-Up What kinds of information should be included in a citation of an online source?